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rape

verb [I or T] uk   us   /reɪp/
B2 to force someone to have sex when they are unwilling, using violence or threatening behaviour: She was pulled from the car and raped. It's difficult to understand what causes a man to rape.
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rape

noun uk   us   /reɪp/

rape noun (SEX CRIME)

B2 [C or U] (an example of) the crime of forcefully having sex with someone against their wishes: He had committed several rapes. He was convicted of rape.
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rape noun (DESTRUCTION)

[U] destruction of the natural world, often for profit: The road builders were accused of the rape of the countryside.

rape noun (PLANT)

[U] (also oilseed rape, rapeseed) a plant with yellow flowers from which oil and animal food are produced
Traducciones de “rape”
en árabe يَغتَصِب…
en coreano 강간하다…
in Malaysian rogol, ragut…
en francés viol…
en turco ırza geçmek, tecavüz etmek…
en italiano stuprare…
en chino (tradicionál) 強姦, 強暴…
en ruso насиловать…
en polaco zgwałcić…
in Vietnamese sự hiếp dâm, sự cướp đoạt…
en español violación…
en portugués estuprar…
in Thai การข่มขืน, การทำลาย…
en alemán die Vergewaltigung, der Raub…
en catalán violar…
en japonés ~を強姦(かん)する, レイプする…
in Indonesian perkosaan, perusakan…
en chino (simplificado) 强奸, 强暴…
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